Pioneer Electric Donates To Greenville High School Clothing Assistance Program


By Catalina Trivino

Even during the recession... people are still donating money for good causes.

Employees at Greenville Pioneer Electric donated more than $500 Thursday to Greenville High School for a new program.

It's called the "Secret Assistance Closet," which gives students and families in need gently-used and new clothing items to promote self-esteem and academic excellence.

They're taking everything from backpacks, clothing, shoes and accessories. Pioneer Electric's donations will go to help with those items, as well.

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